Office Space: I fixed my PC and Benchmarked it – The Finale

Office Space: I fixed my PC and Benchmarked it – The Finale

SWEET SETUP:

I fixed my PC and Benchmarked it – The Finale

The finale of #BigRed and the benchmarks you guys asked for!
►More Water Cooled builds:
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►Parts List (US)◄
i9-7980XE:
MSI X299M Gaming Pro:
Corsair Vengeance RGB 32GB:
Samsung 960 Pro 512GB:
WD Blue 2TB SSD:
EVGA GTX 1080 TI FTW3:
NZXT H700i:
Corsair H1000 PSU:
Cablemod cables:
Watercooling parts: EK
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►Parts List (UK)◄
i9-7980XE:
Deepcool Captain 360EX:
MSI X299M Gaming Pro:
Corsair Vengeance RGB 32GB:
Samsung 960 Pro 512GB:
WD Blue 2TB SSD:
EVGA GTX 1080 TI FTW3:
NZXT H700i:
Corsair H1000 PSU:
Cablemod cables:
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►Parts List (CA)◄
i9-7980XE:
Deepcool Captain 360EX:
MSI X299M Gaming Pro:
Corsair Vengeance RGB 32GB:
Samsung 960 Pro 512GB:
WD Blue 2TB SSD:
EVGA GTX 1080 TI FTW3:
NZXT H700i:
Corsair H1000 PSU:
Cablemod cables:
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Parts list (Germany)
i9-7980XE:
Deepcool Captain 360mm AIO:
MSI – X299M GAMING PRO CARBON:
Corsair Vengeance (4x8GB) 3200MHz:
Samsung – 960 PRO 512GB NVMe SSD:
WD Blue 2TB SSD:
EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3:
NZXT H700i Case:
Corsair HX1000i 80+ Platinum PSU:
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4 Replies to “Office Space: I fixed my PC and Benchmarked it – The Finale”

  1. I realized not once did I talk about what the issue was and how I fixed it, sorry guys!
    Issue: PSU, Motherboard and Commander Pro were all dead.
    Cause: I have no clue what happened or what caused these parts to die during the build process. It remains a mystery.
    Result: Swapped out the motherboard, PSU and Commander Pro to get the PC working again!

    Moral of the story? Always test your parts before you put them in your case and test them once again inside a loop outside of your case (soft tubing) before you put them inside. Anything can go wrong at any point of the installation and you will never know about it!

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